February 17, 2018 7 - 9 PM Cafe Area - Main Library 625 Minnesota Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101
Grab your dancing shoes and travel back in time to the Harlem Renaissance!
Join the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library for a night of 1920s music featuring The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra playing the songs made popular in venues like the Savoy Ballroom and the Cotton Club. Come as you are or dress up in your best 1920s inspired outfits to listen and dance the night away.
The first 100 people to arrive will get a free copy of God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermens in Verse by James Weldon Johnson, featuring original illustrations by Kansas-born Harlem Renaissance artist Aaron Douglas.
Questions, please contact Kim Woolery at email@example.com or 913-295-8250 ext. 6410.
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Through performances and education programs, The Kansas City Jazz Orchestrapreserves the rich heritage of jazz, nurtures its growth, and encourages its appreciation as an art form for all ages.
Click on the KC logo above to view the February 2017 Interview of Clint Ashlock, KCJO's Artistic Director by Consuelo Cruz, Arts Marketing Coordinator Office of Culture and Creative Services Office of the City Manager